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  1. BusinessEcology

  2. 2000 - 2010: 2000 - 2010: Business Driving IT, Sustainability, Cloud Computing, Focused ecosystems Actionable Architecture – Business Ecology (BPM, GCIO, etc.) 2000 - 2010: 2000 - 2010: IT as Services –vertical focus, SOA-C Internet Business and Intranets, Common Infrastructure, Standardization 1990 - 2000: 1990 - 2000: Interoperable Platforms – CORBA Distributed Computing, Middleware Consolidation, UML (Modeling) Client / Server, Messaging, OO Analysis and Design, E-mail 1980 - 1990: 1980 - 1990: Interoperable code / objects, CORBA IDL, Standard Objects, Standard Languages PCs, Networks, Workgroup Mail, Object Oriented Development OMG & Business IT The Business

  3. Do you have an Electricity Department? Shouldn’t IT be able to supply business that level of easy to use capability? Business Ecology • Systemic, comprehensive rethinking of business and IT • Working together to create productive and efficient organizations and ecosystems • Enables the sustainable, efficient, agile business of the 21st century

  4. Today, IT is integral to the business IT is no longer just a datacenter, but rather an integrated and vital asset to the business • IT must drive efficiency and revenue, and provide measurable, clear return on investment. • Business must have easy, seamless access to the services needed to be successful

  5. Business Ecology is based on clear, easily accessible technology OMG Business Ecology Initiative BPM Sustainability Open Standards SOA Cloud

  6. OMG Business Ecology Initiative BEI Premise: • IT as simply a support organization is becoming non-competitive and obsolete • IT must evolve to be an integrated partner with business. • Focused on minimizing waste and optimizing capability across business processes • IT needs to provide business focus on sustainability, business process and optimization • Replace CIO with BEO (Business Ecology Officer)

  7. Business Ecology: Value Statement • Optimize Resources • People, money, energy, equipment & supplies, plant, systems, space & legacy • Create sustainable business processes • Develop location independent services • Take advantage of Open Standards • Embed IT into the Business

  8. OMG Business Ecology Initiative Vision: • OMG Business Ecology Initiative (BEI) brings together customers and vendors committed to helping IT create sustainable, open business processes Mission Statement: • Ensure message of BE is well communicated and integral to OMG Programs (BPM-C / SOA-C, GCIO) • Publish examples of sustainable business processes • Communicate successful client BE initiatives • Help Organizations adopt Business Ecology and Implement Actionable Architecture concepts

  9. OMG and BE • SOA-C is about capturing business processes and governing the extension of existing processes to new capabilities • BPM-C is about optimizing existing processes, finding opportunities for reuse and focusing efforts on business targets • GCIO is about finding economies in processes throughout the business that can minimize resource usage without downgrading value or efficiency • OMG standards are about amortizing costs over a larger marketplace, minimize systems interoperability and portability costs to give the business flexibility and agility

  10. What is an Actionable Architecture • Actionable Architecture: • Output of business process analysis • Includes decisions that maximize value and minimize waste • Examples: • Creation, automation or termination of a business process • Movement of an automated process to the public cloud, private cloud, or in-house computing utility • Initiating governance of a process -- computing-related or not -- to lean and/or green that process • Identification of opportunities to minimize waste (of people, computing resources, electricity, water, paper, etc.) • Reuse of existing processes in new ways to support a new business capability

  11. Actionable Architecture:The key to the Optimized Enterprise Quality Efficiency Compliance Optimization Agility Business Ecology Leverage Scale Re-use Value Effectiveness

  12. Example: SOA Consortium Quality Efficiency Compliance Optimization Agility Business Ecology Leverage Scale Re-use Value Effectiveness A community of business analysts and IT end-users dedicated to sharing experiences to maximize the effective transition to a Service Oriented Enterprise

  13. Example: BPM Consortium Quality Efficiency Compliance Optimization Agility Business Ecology Leverage Scale Re-use Value Effectiveness A community of business analysts and IT end-users dedicated to sharing experiences to maximize the performance of business processes using BPM methodology

  14. Example: Green Computing Impact Organization (GCIO) Quality Efficiency Compliance Optimization Agility Business Ecology Leverage Scale Re-use Value Effectiveness A community of business analysts and IT end-users dedicated to promoting and implementing sustainable business practices.

  15. BE Value Proposition:Creating Excitement around BE Creates Excitement about All Coverage Areas Quality Efficiency Compliance Optimization GCIO Agility SOA-C Business Ecology Leverage Scale BPM-C OMG Re-use Value Effectiveness

  16. Business Ecology Initiative Program Overview

  17. General Manager – Business Ecology • Karen D. Larkowski • Industry Spokesperson for over 20 Years • Founder and CEO, GCIO Inc. • Executive Director, BPM-C • Executive Vice President of The Standish Group International, Inc.  • National Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Brazilian based On-line Transaction Processing (OLTP) product. • Author of "Essential Guide to Object Monitors" published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

  18. Program Elements: A Call to Action • Advisory Panel • BE Message Propagated through OMG Program Meetings • Speaking Engagements, Collateral, User Case Studies, Demonstrations, etc. • Virtual “showcase” • On-going Public Relations • On-going series of white papers, profiles and case studies* *Depending on content needs, additional fees for sponsorship of special white papers, case studies, etc. may apply

  19. Sponsor Profile • BEI Sponsors are valued sponsors of an OMG Special Program (BPM-C / SOA-C, GCIO) • BEI Sponsors are committed to promoting the vision and benefits of Business Ecology and driving this message through the BEI, sponsor marketing promotions and their Special Program(s) of choice • BEI Sponsors have a technology or service that can be well promoted through the initiative

  20. Virtual “Showcase” of BE Sponsor Offerings • Case Studies • Web based collection of relevant resources • Demonstrations and examples • Product and service offerings

  21. WHY OMG? • 20 years experience building communities and markets • Right technology & communities together NOW • Right leadership team, x3!

  22. WHY NOW? • Downturn requires new thinking • Efficiency > Green • Technology in place • BE right umbrella for related concepts

  23. The Business Ecology Initiative (BEI) is about enabling the sustainable, efficient, agile business of the 21st century, especially in the context of economic turmoil

  24. Summary:We are Ready for a Strategic BE Message Now… Standards Community BUSINESSECOLOGYMARKETING SOA-C Community GCIO community BPM-C Community We are inviting valued Sponsors to join us.